Plastic Bags, Colostomy Bags, Wraps, Straps, Ties, or Wax Paper
Dental Floss, Fishing Line, or String
Paint, Paint Thinner, Gasoline or Diesel Fuel
‘Flushable’ Toilet Scrubbers
Grease and Oil- Food and Automotive
Pharmaceuticals- Prescription and OTC
Needles, IV tubing
Dog Waste Bags
These items are not biodegradable and must be removed prior to treatment. They can cause sewer overflows by blocking pipes, excessive wear on equipment, and are costly to dispose of.
Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law as a Federal Offense.
FOG refers to Fat, Oils, and Grease (FOG) from food preparation, food service, and kitchen clean-up. It’s important to know how to properly dispose of FOG to avoid potential environmental problems. View more about the FOG Program (PDF).
The purpose of “SMOKE TESTING” is to locate obstructions and defects in the sanitary sewer collection system. Learn more about Smoke Testing (PDF).